POLYMER CLAY LENTIL SWIRL BEADS
The technique is actually called Mokume Gane. Mokume Gane is an Ancient Japanese metalworking technique which produces mixed-metal layers. These metal layers are then carved or cut into thin layers and then bonded together to form a sculpture. We will do this same technique using polymer clay. We will take this technique and apply it to whatever you want to make: If it is Jewelry, covering a vase or wine glass, buttons or even a light switch plate. This class has proven to be a fun class, with many wanting to do it again and again. All the tools, supplies, and materials are included. Also, you will have a variety of Polymer Clay colors to choose from. All you will need to bring is your creativity! So let’s have some fun!
Saturday, June 23. 2 – 4PM.
Instructor: Tyrone Powell
$30 ($25 for BAC Members) + $10 Materials Fee
STAINED GLASS FOR BEGINNERS WITH DAN HOYLE (4 sessions)
Called a “beginner’s class”, but is open to anyone having experience in this type glass work. Dan will be instructing pattern and design considerations; how to select glass (colors & textures); glass cutting skills; wrapping pieces with copper foil; soldering the pieces together; applying patinas (colors) to the solder lines. (Students must be 18 years of age).
Class Schedule (4 sessions): To Be Announced.
Cost (for the 4 sessions): $50 ($45 for BAC Members). +$10 Materials Fee
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